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  1. #1
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    July 31st, 2005
    Newb Question -AE Script Mode Limitations?
    I'm fairly new to this script and while testing some things out, I ran into a question. I am trying to search through a certain category on Amazon for products. For the mode parameter, I put the category name, fill out keywords and formatting options and try it out.

    The script returns books with the right keyword phrase, but I would like to return products. My question then is, does the AE limit the sections you can search through?
    The follow up to that would be, is there a way to expand this selection?

    If this is a RTFM question, please point me in the right direction as I didn't see it.


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    January 18th, 2005
    Toronto, Canada
    In Associate Engine, if you use an invalid value for the mode parameter, the default of "books" is used.

    See Sections for a list of the valid values for the mode parameter. Note that's "beta" stores are not supported.

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  3. #3
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    July 31st, 2005
    That's kind of what I thought through testing. Thanks for getting back to me.


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